Wanting Mr Wrong by Avril Tremayne

In brief: Evie feels like she's a dunce in a family of high achievers so her list of men worth dating definitely doesn't include actors. Not even if they're the megastar Jackson J Stevens. A The good: Funny and witty with rapid fire dialogue. The not-so-good: I found it a little difficult to like Evie... Continue Reading →

Chasing the Flames by Cheryl Adnams

In brief: The story of quiet and kind Muller brother, Brian and the woman who has loved him since high school, Trisha. The good: It's sexy and funny with lots of good food and wine mentioned. The not-so-good: Brian is quite clueless when it comes to women. Why I chose it: Thank you to Random... Continue Reading →

Losing Patients by Virginia Taylor

In brief: Bree starts work at a new hospital and two shocking things happen: the suspicious death of a patient and the return of surgeon Sam Vincent, her former fling. The good: Liked the hospital as a setting for a romantic suspense and the characters were easy to relate to. The not-so-good: Some of the... Continue Reading →

Love on Location by Claire Baxter

In brief: Shayna's a location scout- soon to be manager (hopefully) for a new Aussie drama. However, she's never been forced out on a date to get the location she wants – but nothing will come of this, right? The good: Really fun – mixes glamour with behind the scenes and some goodies and baddies.... Continue Reading →

Anybody But Him by Claire Baxter

A quick rundown… Nicola Hayes returns to her hometown only to find she's living near her high school enemy. Have things changed or is Blair still out to humiliate her? Strengths: Fun and an easy read – more than just romance. Weaknesses: Too short! Why I read it: Enjoy the Random Romance series and received an... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday 8/7/13

I write to you this week, freezing with cold and seriously contemplating getting out the gloves and the ear muffs! It's cold! Lucky that I'm on holidays so I can sleep in and read! Due to the new Kindle, I went a bit crazy on Net Galley. But first, what actually came via traditional parcel... Continue Reading →

Just Breathe by Janette Paul

A quick rundown…Dee is a yoga teacher who lives in the moment after an accident. Can Ethan, company director, change her mind to consider the future? Strengths: A lot of fun, quite relaxing due to the yoga mentioned. Weaknesses: Sometimes I just wanted to tell Dee to try thinking ahead! Why I read it: Sent... Continue Reading →

One Little White Lie by Loretta Hill

A quick rundown…A fun novella about Kate, who invents a boyfriend to get her friend off her back. The imaginary boyfriend suddenly becomes real… Strengths: Fun, light and very well structured in a compact format. Weaknesses: Too short, I want more! Why I read it: Sent to me by Random House Australia – thank you!... Continue Reading →

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